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Dis-like: How Social Media Feeds into Perfectionism

Today’s world is one where events, achievements big and small, and adventures are on display. Scrolling through Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, or Twitter, it’s a daily barrage of polished vacation photos, perfectly posed selfies, witty videos, and foodie-approved plates. Social media has gifted the world with empowering movements and the voice of Gritty, but it’s also contributed to increased feelings of depression, bullying, and more.

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